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Security concerns over Chinese submarines visit to Colombo

Paper No. 5818                                     Dated 10-Nov-2014

By Col. R. Hariharan

Chinese Submarines in Sri Lanka

Paper No. 5817                                  Dated 10-Nov-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

The docking of two Chinese submarines in Sri Lanka within a space of two months raises pertinent questions. As any naval expert would agree docking of submarines is essentially different from port-calls or docking by a warship, because a submarine is a stealth weapon.

Sri Lanka: Comments India and the ECJ judgement annulment of the LTTE's inclusion in the EU's list of terrorist organisations

Paper No. 5808                                  Dated 21-Oct-2014

By Col R Hariharan

[Here are answers to e-mail questions raised by a legal analyst on the recent ECJ judgement annulment of the inclusion of the LTTE in EU terrorist organisations list.]

General Court of the European Union PRESS RELEASE No 138/14 Luxembourg, 16 October 2014 Judgment in Joined Cases T-208/11 and T-508/11  Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) v Council

Sri Lanka: Comments on military presence in Northern Province

Paper No. 5801                                         Dated 13-Oct-2014

By Col. R. Hariharan

[Answer to a print media question on the subject is given in this article.]

‘Buttterfly: Stories of Sri Lankan child soldiers: Documentary film by Vishnu Vasu (pseudonym) - A Review

Paper No. 5796                                          Dated 25-Sept-2014

Guest column by Charles Sarvan

Butterfly’ is a work of moral indignation and compassion aiming, through the Sri Lankan example, to point to the cruelty inflicted on children worldwide.

View from Sri Lanka: Populism Modified

Paper No 5774                                Dated 23-Aug-2014
 
Guest Column: Dr Kumar David

Nehru in his first broadcast to the people of India as Prime Minister on 15 August 1947 began with the words: “Today I address you for the first time officially as the First Servant of the Indian people, pledged to their service and their betterment. I am here because you willed it so and I remain here so long as you choose to honour me with your confidence”.

Book Review: In the Service of Indian Tamils in Tea Plantations in Ceylon

Paper No. 5771                                        Dated 19-Aug-2014

Guest Column by Prof. V. Suryanarayan

Sharada Nayak, The Raj Agent in Ceylon, 1936-1940 (Published by the Author, D 41, Sujan Singh Park, New Delhi, 110003) Pages 132, Price Rs. 300/-

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